DALLAS -- Category management helped dollar sales per week soar 87% in the wine department at a Randalls store here. The program has also boosted gross profit dollars per week 57.4% and the average retail price per unit by 12.43%, Tye Anthony, vice president of grocery merchandising, said at the Food Marketing Institute convention in Chicago. Before the Houston-based retailer started the program, the 65,000-square-foot store #568 had at least 838 stockkeeping units in the wine department ...

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